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“The moment a nurse looked at my son and said, 'Do you see that? That's not normal.'”


Mamamia - Jun 14, 2018
'People with Nystagmus will be ridiculed bullied and abused throughout their entire life. It is common for people with Nystagmus to be unable to drive, unable to play sport, work options will be limited.' In that moment I quietly pleaded to please not ...
 

New Type of Treatable Vertigo Identified


Medscape - May 23, 2018
Headshaking may hold some clues. According to Kim, repetitive headshaking for 15 to 20 seconds may induce nystagmus, or rapid and uncontrollable eye movements. "In normal circumstances, there would be no headshaking nystagmus, since the vestibular ...
 

LSU students help visually impaired children with 3D printing


WAFB.com - Jun 14, 2018
Kemnitc suffers from nystagmus, which is a condition in which the eyes make uncontrolled movements, diminishing vision. Despite this, he's discovered a talent for engineering and 3D printing. "You can pretty much create anything, and that's what makes ...
 

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Types of nystagmus


Nystagmus is a vision condition in which the eyes make repetitive, uncontrolled movements, often resulting in reduced vision. These involuntary eye movements ...
 

What Horizontal Nystagmus Looks Like


Here is an example of Horizontal Nystagmus (HGN). Not that easy to detect even in the best of conditions, it is the jerky, bouncy eyeball as it tracks an object.
 

Nystagmus - physiology and pathophysiology


Learn what nystagmus is, why you might get nystagmus under normal conditions, and how the effect of nystagmus is produced.
 

Neurology - Topic 31 - Nystagmus


Neurology - Topic 31 - Nystagmus.